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Border Force grants 3,000 exemptions to overseas travel ban

Despite approving 2,937 requests for overseas travel, over 1,000 applications have been denied in the first six weeks of the ban.

Chris Chamberlin |

PM outlines roadmap for return of domestic, overseas travel

Travel within Australia is set to resume in stages, followed by a trans-Tasman 'travel bubble', and Pacific Island flights.

Chris Chamberlin |

Trans-Tasman travel to resume "as soon as it is safe": PMs

The Prime Ministers of Australia and New Zealand work to establish a ‘safe travel zone’ between the two countries.

Chris Chamberlin |

Expat pays $10,000/month to swim during Singapore's lockdown

At $10,000 per month, that's a lot of backstrokes...

Bloomberg Pursuits |

USA tightens border controls as coronavirus tightens grip

Under a Presidential executive order expected to be signed this week, entry into the USA will be restricted for some travellers.

Chris Chamberlin |

AU Gov't: do not travel overseas, to any destination

For the first time in history, Smartraveller is upgrading its advice for every destination in the world to "do not travel".

Chris Chamberlin |

NZ halts trans-Tasman business trips with new entry rules

“New Zealand will have the widest ranging and toughest border restrictions of any country in the world,” says Kiwi PM.

Chris Chamberlin |

USA closes borders to travellers who've visited Europe, UK

Coronavirus: the United States shuts its borders to travellers who’ve visited the UK, Europe in the 14 days prior to US arrival.

Chris Chamberlin |

Australian Gov't advises against almost all overseas travel

Smartraveller is updating its advice for every country in the world to "reconsider your need to travel", or "do not travel".

Chris Chamberlin |

Eurostar launches direct London-Amsterdam high-speed train

Clearing UK passport control in Amsterdam and no more train changes in Brussels to shave at least 30 minutes off today's journeys.

Chris Chamberlin |

Simple gifts for business associates when you’re on the go

Wrap up gifting for 2020 with these simple ideas that are perfect for all occasions

Staff Writers |

Tailoring your jet lag strategy to suit each trip

While there are some basic rules for beating jet lag, the length and timing of your flight also comes into play.

Chris Chamberlin |

Chile scraps entry fee for Australians, but plans new e-visa

Australian travellers no longer have to pay a US$117 fee at the border to enter Chile, but an e-visa will soon be required.

Chris Chamberlin |

Executive Traveller’s Christmas gift guide

We live in your world and these are the gifts we’d like to find under our Christmas tree.

Steve Colquhoun |

Business class vs first class on Chinese high-speed rail

On China's bullet trains, business class turns out to be superior to first class.

Chris Chamberlin |

Your guide to applying for a Vietnam e-Visa

Skip the queues: an official 30-day Vietnam e-Visa is easy to apply for, and will save you precious time.

Brandon Loo |

Smartraveller revamps travel advice, adds SMS crisis alerts

Travel advice is getting easier to access in an emergency, but most flyers will lose the ability to pre-register their travels.

Chris Chamberlin |

Evoke's luxury Tesla rides upgrade your airport journey

Luxurious rides that are environmentally friendly - plus a special discount on chauffeured rides for Executive Traveller readers

Staff Writers |